Reviews and Problems with Samsung SGH-A737 / SGH-A736
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14 July 2008
Summary: At $29.99, the Samsung a737 is a decent buy for anyone who needs a basic phone with a few bells and whistles. While it may present itself as a music phone, we were disappointed that it didn’t come with headphones and has a proprietary jack. If you’re in AT&T’s network, want even faster speeds, and don’t mind shelling out another $20, go with the $49.99 Sony Ericsson Z750a, which, though a little bulkier, sports more multimedia features, including an XM and FM Radio,...
Pros: Fast 3G, Slim form factor, Dedicated music buttons,
Excerpt: Samsung's SGH-A737 for AT&T is a solidly built and relatively inexpensive 3G slider cell phone. Mike DeWane tests it out and likes it in general, though he takes exception with a few small details. Read more in our review.